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Write a response of 250-300 words addressing the following three prompts. Address all items for each prompt. This is not a question-and-answer assignment but two or three flowing paragraphs and possibly references.
1.
Current and Future Applications: Choose a specific topic or concept studied in Modules 1-4 (listed below) that you find applicable in your work or personal life now or in the future. You can include the prerequisite topics also. If it is in the future, you may need to research job duties in your career area of studies. 
Note: Saying “none” is not acceptable. Choose something closely applicable and address at least two of the following prompts:
· Describe the topic or concept and give an example of how and where it is applicable (currently or in the future). If applicable, include a link to the topic or concept.
· What did you know and understand about this concept before studying it in MATH 106? 
· Describe what (more) you learned about it.
· What do you find (more) interesting about the topic now? Explain. 
· Do you think it will be applicable in more ways now? How and why?
2. Retroactive Applications: Have you learned about a topic or concept that has helped you in the past without realizing it?
· Give the concept and explain your experience.
· Are you using it currently? Where?
3. More General Education Competencies: Refer to the 
General Education Competencies page (Links to an external site.)
 inside Ernie and your 
Module 1 Discussion: Introduction and Career Connections
 posts.
· List the competencies from your Module 1 post.
· Add any additional competencies you feel have applied in this class or will apply in your current or future career based on the learning in Modules 1-4. Explain how and why.

Details on Modules:
Module1: Review of Real Numbers and Solving Equation
Module2: Linear Equations and Graphs
Module3: Linear Systems and Polynomial Basics
Module4: Roots and Radical Expressions
Module5: Proportions, Joint Variations, Inverse Variations